Students admitted to IFP Pathways with the Haskayne School of Business complete a structured curriculum that include Bachelor of Commerce courses combined with intensive English language and academic course support.
IFP Pathways Business students take first-year Bachelor of Commerce courses within the Haskayne School of Business, concurrently with English language and support courses within IFP over a two-year period. Language and academic course support consists of 7 unpaired courses and 5 paired courses:
- Unpaired courses focus on foundational academic communication skills, including reading, listening, speaking, and composition.
- Paired courses focus on language and study skills for the successful completion of Business subject-specific courses.
Grades for IFP Pathways courses are not used in the calculation of grade point averages for degree programs unless specifically allowed by that program. In addition, IFP Pathways courses may not be used for credit toward a degree program unless specifically allowed by that program.
Students admitted to IFP Pathways Haskayne School of Business must complete IFP Pathways and cannot submit English language proficiency scores for early exit.
Please refer to 184.108.40.206 International Foundations Program (IFP) Pathways to Business in the Haskayne School of Business section of the Calendar for detailed program of studies.